African geranium, Pelargonium Sidoides root, black geranium, kaloba, umcka or umckaloabo, known as the plant, is unique to South Africa.
The root parts of the plant are suitable for medical purposes and effective.
It is common in the treatment of infection complaints such as bronchitis, sinusitis, sore throat, tonsillitis, flu and colds. It is an effective plant in combating upper respiratory tract infections.
The essence of the roots is removed and added to flu and cold medications and use in the drug industry. It supports the lighter and shorter course of the disease.
Pelargonium root is a plant used in African traditional medicine for hundreds of years.
Antibacterial and antiviral plants.
It is also suitable for use to support general health. For this purpose, there are special mixtures prepared together with elders and citrus fruits.
With its pleasant smell, it is a different species than rose geranium used in perfume making. These two species of geraniums often mix.

Is South African geranium edible? Most geranium species are edible. And African geranium is not an exception.
Flowers have a pleasant smelling, slightly painful taste. The leaf parts of the plant are slightly sour and grass.
How to use African geranium? Leaves and flowers can also brew as herbal tea. Black Sardinia tea has indigestion relieving effect.
However, leaves and flowers may cause indigestion, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea in excessive consumption, avoid excessive consumption.
In addition, do not use flowers and leaves that may be exposed to insecticide or chemical fertilizer.

African geranium side effects reported side effects:
Gastric Sour
And respiratory difficulties.
It is not suitable for use with blood thinner drugs because it has a blood thinner property. It contains a casino.
In addition, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and autoimmune hepatitis such as auto immune diseases are not suitable for use.
African geranium or African geranium by mouth before using food supplements, be sure to consult your doctor.
Research on the Pelargonium Sidoides root are small and inadequate. Therefore, plant is not suitable for children, pregnant women and nursing mothers.
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